Learning is not confined to the classrooms at one Cricklade School.
Earlier in October, Prior Park Prep School hosted its annual Green Day, to allow children to experience learning outdoors and get to grips with nature.
Previous themes have included fire and trees, but this year Green Day turned to blue day as the focus for the day was water.
All pupils, from ages 3 to 13, spent the day learning about the importance of water and were given hard hitting facts about areas of the world which sadly do not have access to a clean water supply.
Lessons took on a water theme which included working out how much water we use on a daily basis in Mathematics lessons, making music using water in Music lessons and singing a water song in French class.
Pupils also took part in a water workshop where they designed, built and tested a water wheel to demonstrate the power of water.
Children in Acorns Pre-Prep spent time making their own boats before testing their power in the school pond.
Headmaster Mark Pearce said: “Green Day is always a highlight in our school calendar and this year was no different. It thoroughly engages the children and stimulates their learning.
"By extending our teaching outdoors we create opportunities for children to develop a wider understanding of their capabilities and skills.”